the u.s. government. and it says that leslie, the u.s. department of health and human services should pay for everybody's birth control and women, in the world. should pay -- that would cost $4 billion a year just pill. you as a liberal have to agree that all birth control for all women should be paid for by the government, correct? >> absolutely. because when you are talking about costs, bill, the cost upfront is very little in comparison to the cost in the long run. >> bill: 4 billion a year, leslie, that's not little. >> no, the cost in the long run, the savings in the long run will be greater because, as you know, about half of the pregnancies right now are unplanned, unwanted. there are going to be less abortions. >> bill: that's a big plus. >> less people on welfare. less people on medicaid. less people on food stamps. >> bill: maybe, maybe not. >> health issues for woman and the child.